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| "hand in" = turn in or give an assignment to a teacher
"Don't forget to hand in your homework at the end of class."
"To be honest, I'm at the end of my rope. I've told these students repeatedly not to copy their assignments, but they don't listen. I guess I'll have to fail them."
How are school grades determined at different levels of education in your country (e.g., test, quizzes, reports, participation, etc.)? How are grades listed on report cards? In the USA, letters are often used to indicate performance (A, A-, B+, etc.).
First, listen to the conversation by pressing the "Play Audio" button, and answer the questions. Press the "Final Score" button to check your quiz.
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What was the hardest class you took in high school? What made the class difficult? What are the keys to passing exams? In your country, what percentage do you need to pass a class? Do teachers allow you to retake tests if you fail them because of poor performance or even cheating?
Academic honesty is often regarded as a key part of a student's success in the classroom and in the future workplace. However, plagiarism can be found just about everywhere. How do different schools around the world view the problem and how do schools deal with this problem? Is plagiarism and cheating a more serious problem in certain places? Use the Internet to learn more about this issue the answers to these questions.
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